Dylan Blosser shot an 86 to pace the McPherson High golf team in their season opener Monday at the El Dorado Invitational, as the team, overall, finished third.

Dylan Blosser shot an 86 to pace the McPherson High golf team in their season opener Monday at the El Dorado Invitational, as the team, overall, finished third.
The Bullpups shot a combined 360 in what was a tough field for nearly everyone, as only 11 players finished below 90 on the day.
The lone exception in the struggles on the course was El Dorado’s Travis House, who had a 70 and was 10 shots ahead of the next closest player, that being Sacred Heart’s Brooks Brown.
El Dorado took the team title with a 337, eight shots in front of Winfield. Emporia finished fourth (371), followed by Sacred Heart (375), Goddard (387), Sunrise Christian Academy (456) and Bluestem (479).
Individually, Blosser finished sixth with his 86, with CJ Steiner and TJ Stites tying for 11th with identical scores of 89. Casey Cheek finished with a 96.
Wyatt Porter shot a 97, while Kaden Warren shot 99. Neither scores went towards the team totals.
The Bullpups are at home for their own invitational Thursday afternoon starting at 2 p.m. at Turkey Creek Golf Course.